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  1. It’s always a good idea to have some reserve food and water, just in case. As Scott stated, it really doesn’t cost you more, it’s just that you need to build up your reserve. Think about medications also, since those might be in short supply at some point. Look into natural remedies and have them on your shelf as well.

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  2. It is something I would love to do, but as you know we that live from a sassa pension can only dream of prepping.

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  3. Prices for food here in Australia have skyrocketed over the past few months. Prices for food here in Australia have doubled to more than doubled over the past few months. The cost of fuel here in Australia has also gone way up.

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  4. I WISH THAT WE CAN PREPPING.THE GRANT WE GET IS SO LITTLE.IN SOUTH AFRICA IS THE WORST.THEY JUST FILL THEIR POCKETS AND DONT THINK OF THE ELDERLY PEOPLE.

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  5. its a worldwide problem, most is crooked people use the plandemic as an excuse to raise prices, and i agree with Jaguar—if u don’t have the money how do u prep, but I say again for how many months can one prep even if u have the money and space,

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